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As you will see from this letter from the Chief Rabbi, it is with a heavy heart that we must close the doors of our precious shul.
It is unfathomable that it has come to this, but until further notice, there will be no more services whether that be during the week, Shabbat or Pesach.
The Chief Rabbi has told us quite clearly that he himself will be praying at home; it must be noted that he is saying kaddish in his year of aveilut.
So for now, we must pray at home, and turn our homes into the community centres and shuls that we have come so much to rely on here on Vernon Drive.
With this in mind, here are some important things to consider:
Email and web based content will be the new normal for the time being, so please, take the time to read the emails as this will be a crucial way of keeping in touch. We are working on several ideas to connect with you in innovative ways, so please watch this space!
Please God, we should all be blessed with good health and Hashem should save us very quickly from the terrible plague that is crippling the world.
Rabbi Marc Levene
Welcome to Belmont online!
Belmont Synagogue is an orthodox community of six hundred families in north-west London founded in the mid-1960s. We have a wide range of communal activities including daily services, educational programmes and special activities for all age groups.
The community is led by Rabbi Marc Levene and his wife Lisa, as well as Chair, Barbara Mazliah, and a Board of Management.
No longer one of the best kept secrets in the United Synagogue, we are surrounded by excellent Jewish primary and secondary schools.
Belmont is also surrounded by an eruv, which connects to other local eruvim and makes it easier to celebrate Shabbat with friends and family.
You will find more about Belmont on this website but the best way to get to know us it to visit. We promise you a very warm welcome.
As set out on this page services are currently not taking place.
Shabbat 27/28 March
Shabbat begins at 6:11pm
Shabbat ends ar 7:14pm
Shacharit can be from around 05.10 to around 12.10; from Sunday from around 5:40 to 13:05
Mincha can be from around 12.40 to around 18.10; from Sunday around 13:40 to 19:30
Maariv can be from around 19:00; from Sunday from around 20:20
Click here for a message from Rebbetzen Lisa Levene
Click here to download this week's version of Daf HaShavua
Click here to download a weekly sermon from the Chief Rabbi
WOW monthly broadcast
WOW offers a women's WhatsApp monthly broadcast - a five minute Jewish thought, direct to your phone. To register please email Lisa Levene directly with your number or call Sharon in the office on 020 8426 0104.